1305 Church Street, Manhattan Beach, CA
Living here will give you an awareness to life that you never knew was possible. The American Martyrs neighborhood as well as the close proximity to Metlox and the Beach certainly helps. And, so does this residence whose ageless Spanish style embodies a thrilling and authentic lifestyle with arched doorways, wide plank hardwood floors and doors and cabinets direct from Guadalajara. Built in 2008, it almost seems like it was built in 2018 or 2028. Even though the details are easy on the eyes with the hand-painted tiles, antique light fixtures and custom wrought iron railings, it’s the floor plan-architecture which makes this one almost irreplaceable, because you can move right in and immediately throw your dinner party. It features a master suite with his-her closets, view balcony, steam shower and fireplace. It offers a formal dining room, media-movie room and an exterior entry so beautiful and serene, you have something to look forward to everyday. Think tranquility, growth and promise.
The first downtown building was built by Merrill around 1901.